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Thin Film Thermal Conductivity and Its Implications for Electronic Devices
Thin Film Thermal Conductivity and Its Implications for Electronic Devices
Semiconductor devices often operate under sustained thermal stresses.  Understanding the thermal resistances of the materials used in these devices is essential to mitigate thermal failure and maximize performance, reliability, and manufacturing yield.
Why Enhanced Thermal Resistance Measurement is Vital for Reducing Thermal Failure
Why Enhanced Thermal Resistance Measurement is Vital for Reducing Thermal Failure
Semiconductor devices often operate under sustained thermal stresses. Understanding the thermal resistances of the materials used in these devices is essential to mitigate thermal failure and maximize performance, reliability, and manufacturing yield.
Why Your Semiconductor Testing Process Must Employ Thermal Resistance Measurements
Why Your Semiconductor Testing Process Must Employ Thermal Resistance Measurements
Our world runs on semiconductors, and chip manufacturers are always looking for improvements that can help deliver higher yield and lower costs in the fabrication process. In this blog, we examine the semiconductor testing process, how it works, and why it’s particularly critical for this industry.
What is Thermal Conductivity ?
What is Thermal Conductivity ?
Thermal conductivity is a form of heat transfer with vital implications for material performance in applications ranging from electronic devices, to manufacturing, to transportation, to even the design of coffee cups. In this blog, we explain what thermal conductivity is, and what differentiates it from other forms of heat transfer.